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i'm maremonitora. >> news 3 work to answer the questions. mercury exposure started a week ago. >> maria: live at the school where officials just spoke and don't have a lot of answers to our questions. >> reporter: maria we got out of conference five minutes ago. we asked all of those questions. you know how much will in where did it come from. questions are unanswered the biggest question that the paraphernaliaers asking is where this mercury came come fr. how did the student get it? they believe it came from a student. they don't know that for a fact. hay still confidence in opening the school tomorrow. they say clean up concluded this afternoon and that school will resume tomorrow.
mercury contamination. most deemed safe there was one unsafe that family was poresed move out. red cross is helping them. epa will be going out to clean up that home tomorrow. we did ask if we could go in the school. this is a public building. they said we could go in the school tomorrow when classes resume. we asked withhold be liable for the how much would it cost? all of those questions still not answered tonight. >> we can verify this school is ready. i walked the gym it is ready. there has been a lot of work to mediate and clear it of the material. bottom line is this was a serious event i want to make sure it is known the district took it seriously. acted proactively and will
understand the bulk of mercury was found in the gym. the epa, say the levels in the gym were 10-15 times what is considered safe. but now that the school is cleaned there will be reopening two kid tomorrow and teachers as well. reporting live, outside walter johnson junior high. news three. >> reporter: thank you for the update. >> maria: some of the answers we have uncovered about this a quarter cutche mercury was found on campus. 80 homes have been checked out by investigators from the environmental protection agency. and 1 family who lives in the narced around the school has been told to move out. family is helped by the red cross. we are getting answers, there are so many questions you are asking and we're look to many of them. >> reporter: investigators are if the epa are partnered about
answer to, where did it come from? how did students get it in the first place? once that is answered who will be liable for contamination and who will pay the clean up. you can kwount on news three to find the answer. >> maria: we want to know what other questions you have about the mercury contamination. post them on our facebook where you can see other comments from others after months of haggling the trial for the two bundy broerth in oregon wildlife refuge starts tomorrow. they are facing charges for the stand off in january. five others still facing trial tomorrow. a jury must decide if the actions and intent of the governments at the wildlife refuge amounted to the crime they pleaded not guilty to the
>> reporter: news 3 learning the identity of a drunk driver who hit a man riding a bike and killing him. >> maria: the driver fled after the crash. >> reporter: antonio is look nothing the suspect's background and joins us life at crash sight on charles ston with more. >> it is unclear if he had a prior criminal past. he was coming from this direction when he plow in the a bicyclist. the truck through this wall. there is a memorial from a different time that shows this crash happened at a different time. >> the biker came this way and came into him. >> reporter: burns will not forget the imannuals he witnessed 42 year old jeremy clark getting hit by a truck on charleston. it happened on sunday night. >> came up, hit this curb and
fence there and as he was hitting the fence the biker rhode through to get out of the way. >> reporter: lewis was behind the wheel. aguilar crashed the truck in a car without hesitation. sent him through the concrete wall and aguilar ran from the scene. >> upset you know because when he hit the wall he started to go away and back up and he was revving the >> reporter: police tracked the driver not far from the crash. investigators believe aguilar was under the influence of alcohol. >> had a 12 pack in the car and the car smelled of alcohol >> jeremy clark was rushed the hospital and died on the way there. the crash did not have to happen. he wishes he never saw it. >> never had someone die in front of me. a difficult experience.
accident he has no bail and will afear in court tomorrow. reporting live. antonio, news 3. >> maria: thank you. federal investigators looking to the deadly crash of a small plane at reno, tahoe international airport. three were kill in the last night's crash. airport officials say they died when the plane collide in the vehicle in the parking lot. no one on the ground was injured. all three from th fatal crash of a small plane at that airport in two weeks. >> >> reporter: dramatic video of a fire in a florida mosque. horriied many inside attended bite orlando mass killer. fire was deliberately set it broke out early this morning. known nobody was in the mosque at the time. and also a surveillance video released shows a man running from the mosque as flames exploded.
connection to the night club tragedy may have been. he was carrying paper and bottle with liquid and may have burned his arm in the process. 49 were killed bite shooter who pledged to the terror group isis in june. >> maria: terror theft in france is growing the french prime minister says terror plots are uncovered by police every day. france is dealing from ly 86 were killed in that attack. last november sued bombers and gunman killed 130 people. minster said 15,000 who could be radicalized are now being monitored. at a 15 year old boy was arrest in the paris on suspicion of planning an attack. a cease-fire in syria negotiated has been violated
asbestosing. >> reporter: a city ravaged in war sent texts. rebels say they killed four government soldiers in sir enthusiasm the civil war going on for five long years. cease-fire has been 10 month in the making. >> maria: u.s. ascertain says demanding holding hearings to investigate wells fargo after thousands of bank workers warren and four others calloth chair to take action. last week federal reg layors said workers have been creating the effect account and credit card accounts for five years. on 5300 workers were fired. some blamed it on the culture of re11less pressure and unrealistic sales targets. talking about our traffic here at home. >> reporter: change this is
tom hawley has that in sky 3. >> tom: we are a few days out. i want to get started this will be major. it will affect a lot of people. one of the busyiest ramps in the state of nevada that is the ramp from 95 south to 15 south. we take it all the time and we continue is always busy as it is now. tell be closed. completely closed for thing hours that will start 10:00 on friday and 10:00 sunday rn into detail about what alternate routes are. it is causing major problems. part of project neon which will take a couple years. we will see more closures. but this is the first major one. get ready for details coming the days go by. want you to upon there is big trouble in the bowl this weekend. >> maria: grateful you are keeping us on top thankful. thank you very much.
controversy over the internet. next, why u.s. law make arements to suit president in federal court. >> maria: next forced a lock down the white house when the president first family inside. what it man now says about his arrest for jumping the white house fence. >> tom: winds on the increase how strong and how long. that is the 7 day forecast is coming up. >> tonight clinton team admits slow to acknowledge her pneumonia and how long will this keep her off the trail. >> a deadly crash raising
that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together.
that's how you solve problems and that's what i'll do as president. >> reporter: at 5:00 decision 2016 clinton's heal is on the spotlight. >> maria: trump is demanding an apology from her after what she called her supporters. >> hilary has not apologized to those she slandered and has not backed down.
clinton scheduled come to las vegas on know witness stand. husband and clinton will be her stand in. >> news 3 robot is gather the latest information from the trail what a day on a monday. >> reporter: hilary was supposed to speakace a rally at the north las vegas campus. tonight she is now suffering from pneumonia and canceling the appearances following advice her dear. doctor. >> donald trump did not say, told you so as clinton recovered at home in new york. same on cnbc. >> i hope she gets well. no satisfaction what so ever. >> shoes clinton unstead and he revealed a coverum. her campaign said her coughing came from allergies. friday when she learned she had
disclosed. >> this topic is series enough so refusing to disclose the truth about it is a lie to the voting public. >> next to a smart phone the world found out. today staffers say once in the car clinton was on the phone and will be back on the trail in a few days. >> this is the hilary that americans got to know as secretary of stay. keeps a break and travels the globe. >> keep to herch friday clinton stumbles calling half of trump supporters deplorables. >> ravesists and homo phobics. >> she backed off say it is not half but trump rushed out a new add slamming clinton's comments. >> people who want their immigration laws enforced. we have to. and their boarders secured are not racists.
next week this the is one at the university in new york. not clear if her pneumonia was have an impact. people who suffer from it are tired at the least for several weeks. we will have to see if she improved. >> trump's tone was surprisingly tempered when he said i take no joy in the fact that she is ill. >> i think it is clear he is being coachod every step of the way now. but you know. >> at this point >> everyone is coached at this point. >> thank you. >> maria: guilty plea from the 23 year old man who dogged an american flag and jumped the white house thens. joseph scaled the fence on thanksgiving day wearing the flag like a cape. faces a year in prison. heal be sentenced in december. >> reporter: it is time to check if this with kevin. a question for you. what is this we are hearing
red flag exercises. there is a red flag warning in weather when humidity is low and winds will exceed 30 miles per hour. an increased level in fire danger. anyone who will be traveling can will smart. those winds will gust over 30 miles per hour. do want to begin with pictures from nasasm you know the mars curiousity recovery is up there. this is the murry butte region of ma distance you see the rim of the gale crater. i like showing these. may be just neil me i think mars looks like the desert southwest that is cool. we got our own mars-like, rock shapes and we love them. especially the people visiting red rock this weekend. lakes are smooth today. got choppy this afternoon as the winds picked up and more
miles per hour. they are blowing 14. next southern high land gusts 308 miles per hour for the current wind speed and the southeast part of town the wind at 28 they gusted 38. you talk about parched humidity. this will be the story especially through tomorrow. we are seeing the wind pick up in central valley neighborhoods. lakes at 20. the gusts have been over southern valley portions. some gs high lands and downtown henderson they exceeded 30. i think a lot of the neighborhoods throughout the valley will gust over 40 miles per hour tomorrow. we are seeing that outside of town, too parump 18. speed gusts 29. up to 36 as is mosquite. search light gusts 35 and again they will ramp up tomorrow. mc carron high 96 today. normal 12th of september.
and by the way, the morning low was four degrees above normal the high was on the number this will go down as an above normal day we factor the mean or the average between the high and the low to make that determination. tomorrow the 70s. find our way to the 80s at lunchtime with a peek in the upper teens and the head line will be the wind. it will be steady in the teens with you felt going around over 30 miles per hour in the morning. once we get to 1:00 they ramp up and afternoon sustained in the 20's we expect the gusts possible over 40 miles per hour. we will see areas of gusts because we have not had rain. the frontal system activating this will pass by us to the north and strong enough to kick up wind out of the southwest. you know how it is. once the wind machine turns on it takes awhile to turn it off. system will zip to the east. we will have lingering breezes
47 on the mountain for a low 60. highs tomorrow afternoon bolder city 88. laughlin if i have. mountains top at 60. tell be chilly. over the hump 85. for the las vegas valley down to 74. breezy this evening. some gusts possible. two over 30 miles per hour. tomorrow sustained 15-25 in the morn afternoon. the afternoon when the gusts exceed 40 miles per hour. 89 the high. seven day the lingering breezes on wednesday. wind down and temperature up. and experiencing gusts over 40 miles per hour. that is old school for us. >> it is not until they get to 50 when we see damage. i'm not expecting that to happen. one thing i'm expecting if you
fall will feel like. autumn season. but one more a couple weeks we might have another run at the 100 degree mark. >> back when we can water in the valley. >> three days a week. >> i do not know. i know i have it written down and it is attached my sprinkler system. >> don't have the water police coming. >> maria: kill are kevin, thank you. the internet as we continue is about to change. big time! next why u.s. lawmakerments so to sue president obama. >> reporter: mother nature showing an e rutting volcano
>> reporter: breaking news associated press. also we are learning from the associated press that representative jason of utah served a top fbi official with a subpoena for all of the materials incident to the bureau of investigation in clinton's use of a private e mail server. the rse a congressional hearing on monday the failure to provide all of the records from the case is prevenning congress from properly handling this and looking into it. tonight a subpoena and a look inside the hilary clinton e mail scandal has not ended. the representative ofut you'd is making sure of that. we will keep you posted. >> maria: the british man who told them he wanted to kill
at 6:00 what he will admit to and we hear from his mother after she travel friday europe to see him. >> good news for sue banks one of the local brothels is planting a community garden. i'm denise who is involved and when is the first harvest. >> maria: at 5:00 chachls at the end of the month on the internet. >> had is the last month of an internet guaranteed republican law makers called on colleagues to sue obama to prevent the move. pennsylvania congress man mike kelly filed a resolution to ask a jung to block the change. the move might enable the government to take over dept. goff uses by the government. if you have a galaxy note 7 stop using it now. samsung sends a warning the
concern the faa a few days ago asked users to turn the phones off during flights the commission warning you to turn the phone off and leave it off. you can exchange it for a new phone. >> that does it for news at 5:00 thank you for watching, we will be back at 6:00 pas presidency i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. he's a race-baiting, xenophobic,
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scare fallout. after that jarring video of hillary clinton becoming ill, tonight her campaign under fire. why did it take two days to disclose she had pneumonia? aides now admitting mistake, promising more medical records are coming. is it a turning a u.s./russiamegadeal finally stops the bombing. can it last? caught on camera, an arsonist torches a florida mosque. a congregation shaken in a hunt for who set the fire. fatal crash involving a high school football team, a frightening accident once again raising questions about seat belts. and the price you pay. imagine instead of paying for medical costs, the insurance company pays you. we'll show you how patients are saving